Museum of Liverpool

Pier Head, Liverpool L3 1DG

Better By Bus day at the Museum of Liverpool

Date: Monday 22nd October

Time: 11am to 5pm

Location: Museum of Liverpool, Pier Head, Liverpool, L3 1DG

The Better By Bus campaign has partnered with National Museums Liverpool to host a free activity day to kick start the autumn half term.

Throughout the day on Monday 22nd October, children aged between 5 and 11 years old will be able to take part in Better By Bus workshops, which are fun, interactive and engaging sessions for children to learn more about the bus, draw their very own poster and even have the chance to win a huge prize!

  • Workshops will be running by the hour, with the first workshop starting at 11am
  • The workshops are designed to teach you why it’s Better By Bus! To do this, children will be taught the benefits of travelling by bus through an interactive session, were they will pick out the benefits of the bus, meet the Better By Bus Club, all while having lots of fun
  • Of course, activities will be involved throughout the session! The children will be asked to design a poster which tells people why it’s Better By Bus
  • And… the best part is that all posters that are designed and submitted into the competition have the chance to win a family day out! Some of the prizes include, SpringCity Trampoline Park, Chester Zoo, SplashWorld, and many more!

Discover Liverpool’s unique contribution to the world at the Museum of Liverpool. Thousands of objects chart Liverpool’s history from its beginnings as a small fishing village, to its rise as one of the world’s most important ports. Liverpool’s fortunes have risen and fallen throughout the course of history, bringing us to its current status as a world-renowned cultural leader and tourist destination. The Museum of Liverpool has been at the forefront of this resurgence, capturing the city’s journey under one roof, with absorbing stories, exhibits and displays that showcase the people and places that have shaped its history, while tackling social, historical and contemporary issues. The prestigious Council of Europe Museum Prize for 2013 was awarded to the Museum for its commitment to human rights as well as its work with children and families from all backgrounds.

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10am – 5pm Daily


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